Expungement Eligibility in Oklahoma

Those with an old conviction or a criminal past can leverage expungement to seal their records from the public. With expungements, those with a criminal record can shield themselves from the biases associated with their criminal past. In Oklahoma, more people have become eligible to have their arrests and cases…

Exercise Your Expungement Rights

In Oklahoma, it can be very difficult to obtain the employment and lifestyle you want, if you have a criminal record that is haunting you. When you obtain an expungement of your criminal record, it can greatly ease the burden of working towards a better life. At Cannon & Associates…

What is a Section 18 Expungement in Oklahoma?

Oklahoma City Expungement Attorneys An arrest comes with an arrest record that will follow you forever, unless you are able to expunged the arrest. An arrest or criminal record can rob you of several opportunities, so it is understandable if you wish to keep this information private. If you are…

How to get a DUI expunged in Oklahoma?

In Oklahoma, a DUI arrest will be recorded in three separate public records; your arrest record, driving record, and court records. If you fail to fight the charge, plead guilty to the offense, or accept a plea bargain, these records will stay and remain visible to the public. However, fighting…

How long does a felony stay on your record in Oklahoma?

Oklahoma City Expungement Attorneys The great news is that some individuals can expunge a reclassified felony in Oklahoma within 30 days. However, generally speaking Oklahoma felonies attract steep punishments. The effects of a felony conviction can continue to harm you even after the sentence has been completed. Employers, property managers,…

Oklahoma Expungement of Old Criminal Cases

Oklahoma’s expungement law allows qualified persons to seal their criminal records. By sealing this criminal record, the information becomes unavailable to the public, therefore, increasing the person’s chances of applying to get better job opportunities, securing better housing, enroll in higher education, and more. The legal process requires the attention…

15 Ways to be Eligible for a Criminal Expungement

Overview An expungement is the process you must follow in Court in order for your past to be sealed from the public view. The purpose of an expungement is to protect the privacy interests of certain individuals that qualify and allow those individuals to move forward in life without events…

Is It Possible to Clean my Criminal Record in Oklahoma?

Cleaning a criminal record is also known as Expungement. Under Oklahoma’s law, there are two types of expungements; arrest expungement – also called “section 18 expungement” and deferred sentences expungement – also called “991c expungement.” An arrest or section 18 expungement seals arrest records thus blocking them from public access….